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The recent past has highlighted the influential role of social networks and online media in shaping public debate on current affairs and political issues. This paper is focused on studying the role of politically-motivated actors and their strategies for influencing and manipulating public opinion online: partisan media, state-backed propaganda, and post-truth politics. In particular, we present quantitative research on the presence and impact of these three 'Ps' in online Twitter debates inarXiv:1902.01752v3 fatcat:wjufwxf6jze5zkczqvp7oa6ese